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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1010.
Every Voter Will Have to De
cide Between the Two
UNITED TIUCSS LEASED WIBE.l
Albany, Ore., Jan. 25. On
V" November next the voters of Oregon
will be obliged to make public their
opinion on soveral amendments. One
of tho most important of these is to
be prohibition. Tho question should
not bo placed in Tough as "saloon or
no saloon," but "shall we vote for
high license and regulation, or shall
We vote for hypocricy and out
lawry?" Much will be said on this
great subject, column after column
will be printed in tho various news
papers of the state. Many will beat
around the bush, but in spite of all,
after the battle has been fought and
we marched to tho polls amid the
rising smoke, the old question will
stare every voter In the face: "Shall
I vote for high license and regula
tion, or shall I vote for hypocricy
State prohibition has. been tested
for the past fifty years in different
states of the union, and without a
1 ' cafnrMn ovfanHnn if ino YxnAfi n .If .. ... n 1
should Oregon, now in its
which a dozen of hor oldor sisters
haVO iittorly failed to do?
Bootloggmg and outlawry is noth
Ing moro than the offspring of pro
hlbltion. . Why vote for a stnto
amendment which is nothing more
than a breeder of crime?
Years ago our forefathers fought
not only for personal liberty, but
also for a higher civilization: Pro
hibition is not only a check on per
sonal liberty, but is also a great
backward step in civilization and
progress. It is moro than that, it i3
even an insult to every patriotic
American citizen to hnvo a law dic
tate to him What he shall eat or
Ono of tho main arguments of tho
"prohl" in the coming campaign is
the drink bill. The, "prohl" sums
up tfh bill and boastfully asks
"why this waste?" But is this
a wasto? Why a waste anymore
than the coal bill, theatre hill, soda
pop bill or any other bill. Tho
money spent for the drink bill is not
lost, on tho contrary, It is plnced im
mediately in circulation, to he axact,
it Is not near as great a waste as tho
foreign mission bill.
But before we proceed any farther
let us see who are the forefathers of
this combination, callod tho Antl-
aloon League. Every public, ques
tion has an origin, some one or some
class has sprung the idea.
Tho chief instigators of the Antl-
Saloo League are the clergymen. Of
lato years tho clergy has stepped Into
politics, claiming tho right to help
voice in our great government. To
day, in many places, they have com-
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The Rayo is a low-priced lamp, but you cannot
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pleto control- of tho local govorrf
mont. Why lias tho ohuroh tho right
to diotato our laws and govornmont
whon thoy contribute not a single
cont for their support?
How much taxos do tho churoh
and clorgy pny toward tho mtiihio
nanco ot our nation? Not a single
Tl;o church of this grgat country
possess and control millions ot dol
lars worth of untaxed property. Oth
or corporations aro obliged to pay
tribute, but the churches go scot freo
Millions of rcvouuo annually lost by
this nefarious scheme. Tho question
is: "Why this waste?"
Not only thnt, but many of our
modern churches aro used on th
sldo as theaters. A theater Is a placo
of amusement and entertainment
During tho theatrical season many
road shows, under tho gulso of a
lecture or entertainment, play tho
different churches. A theater not
obliged to pay a license. The church
obliged, to pa ya license. "Tho church
pays neither. Is this justice?
The churches aro all right in thel
places, but when they step out Into
the business and political world
they should be dealt with tho same
as any other corporation, business
firm or individual. This much for
the founders of Prohibition.
On election day, when the laboring
man and taxpayer stops up to tho
polls, amid the prayers and songs of
little children, ho must not bo car
rled away by emotion but must care
fully weigh In the balance "cause and
In voting for state Prohibition
the laboring man votes awny his
club, the taxpayer burdens himself
with additional tax, and tho law-
abiding citizen paves the way for
natural degeneration and a lower
And all for tho whims of a class
which no tonly falls to support this
great free American land of ours
but who live mostly from tho sweat
of the laboring man.
What will the answer be: "Shall
vote for high license and rogula
tlon, or shall I vote for hypocrsacy
and outlawry?" An AMERICAN
A Frlghtfnl Wreck
of train, automobile or buggy may
cause cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains
or wounds that demand Bucklon's
Arnica Salvo earth's greatest heat
er. Quick relief and prompt euro re
suits. For burns, bolls, sores of all
kinds, eczema, chapped hands and
Hps, sore eyes ofr corns, its supremo
Surest pile cure, 25c at J. C. Perry's.
WILL PLANT STARS AND
STRIPES ON MT, M'KINLEY
Tacoma, Wash., Jan. 28. Head
ing a party of six daring spirits,
Tom Lloyd, of Fairbanks, Alaska, Is
Journoying toward Mt. McKlnley to
day, and beforo July 4 confidently
expects some ono of his men to plant
tho stars and stripes on tho forbid
ding summit of Mt. McKlnley.
Lloyds primary object is to prove
that tho highest peak in North
America can bo conquered. Ho
Is bohig backed to tho extent of a
$5,000 wager that tho trip will bo
successful. W. H. McPhoo and Dave
Potreo of Fairbanks furnished the
money for the bot; Its takers were
in tho party, uosldes Lloyd, aro
Robert Horn, W. R. Taylor, Chns
McGonlgle, C. E. Davidson and Wni,
Lloyd. According to advices re'
coived from Fairbanks today, tho six
men started on their journoy Decern
bor 27. s
LOSE HIS MIND
UXITflD 1'ItHHH I.KAHRD WIRE,
Boston, Mass., Jan. 28. Ever since
ho delivered a mathematical locturo
on "The Fourth Dlmonslon," before
an audience of Harvard Unlvorslty
professors and instructors, William
Jnmos Sldis, tho 11 -year-old prodigy,
who In a matriculated student of
Harvard, hns been sorlously ill at his
fathor's Cambrldgo home. Whilo it
is announced today that tho lad is
sufforlng from a sovoro attack of tho
"grip," it la rumorod that tho over
taxing to which it Is said ho was
submitted linn impaired his mental
Dr. Boris, an Instructor at Hnr
vard, the boy's filthor, doolared his
sou was too ill to sou visitors today.
Ho said ho is unnnlo to stnto wjien
William will bo ablo to roturn to tho
unlvorslty. Physicians visit the lad
dally, like Dr. Sldis, however, thoy
refuse to confirm tho report that tho
mental strain of tho last ynar is par
tially responsible for tho collapse
A Traveling Salesman.
II. F. Beora. 617-7th Ave., Peoria,
111., wrltos: "I havo been troubled
for some time with kidney trouble,
so severely at times I could scarce
ly carry my grips. After using one
bottle of Foley's Kidney Pills I have
ben entirely relieved, and ohoorful
ly recommend them to all." Foley's
Kidnoy Pills are healing and nntl
septic and will restore health and
strength. " Sold by J. C. Perry.
Terrible Gales Prevailing on the
Atlantic from Gibraltar to
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIUB.
London, Jan. 28. From reports
received today from various points
on tho west coast of Europo and tho
shores of tho English channel, it Is
boliovod thnt botweett 300 and 400
lives havo beeti lost at sea In tho
series of terriblo gales tliat havo
swept tho Atlantic from Gibraltar to
tho Danish ponlnsunl during tho Inst
The shores of tho channel aro
dotted with wreckago and ninny
bodies havo boon washed In by tho
mountainous sens. Hundreds of
craft undoubtedly hav gone to the
Tho channel today is bolng
whipped by ono of tho florcost
storms that havo visited it In many
years. Additional death toll un
doubtedly will bo domanded.
Tho steamor Laura foundered ear
ly today off Curruna, Spain. Ac-
cordlrig to advices x'ecolvod horo, her
crew of 30 men wore drowned.
Tho Italian steamer Giupuseo was
swalowed by tho waves In the Bay of
Biscay near Bllboa, Spain, today.
Soveral sailors wore washed over-
hoard before Ufa boats could bo lowered.
A British torpedo boat destroyer
which broko from its moorings noar
Dover last nigh,t is a total wreck
on tho beach.
Its crow of 40 men woro rescued
Only Gloved Hands Pick
Nervous Pcoplo Aro Frequent Suf
ferers from Too Much Hydro,
chloric Acid in tho Stomach.
A Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets Sent Froe.
"Sour stomach," or acid dyspep
sia Is a form of indigestion in
which entirely too much hydrochlor
ic acid is secreted by tho stomach.
A sour tasto in tho mouth Ib tln
most common symptom of acid dys
pepsia; and tho saliva, which la
normally alkaliwo, is found, whon
tested, to bo changed to acid, or just
the opposite of what it should bo,
and Is a state of tho secretion
which causes rapid and extonslvo
destruction of tho teoth.
Everything eaten turns moro or
less sour In tho stomach, but swoots
and acid fruits aro far worse in tills
respect than other foods. If tho
eructation of liquids from tho
stomach occurs, they havo such an
extremoly sour tasto as to sot tho
teoth on edge.
Hydrochloric ncld Is an impor
tant constituent in tho gastric
julco, but when too much of it Is
secreted, It does posltivo harm to
tho mucous lining of tho stomach;
and when acid dyspepsia Is long
continued it often sots up chronic
gastritis, gastric ulcer, and other
serious diseases. Tho promaturo
loss of all tho teeth has boon caused
by acid saliva, which was dopondout
upon tho excessively acid condition
of tho stomach.
Stuart's Dyspopsla Tablets, be
sides furnishing pure, asoptic pepsin
to tho stomach to dlluto tho excess
of hydrochloric acid, and to digest
protolds nnd albuminous foods vory
thoroughly, also contain bismuth
subnitrato and cnlclum carbonate,
which nro antagonistic to 'tho ncld,
and thoreforo noutrallzo tho effect
of tho oxcesslvo amount of ncld In
tho stomach, and tho continued use
of theso tnblots will chango tho por-
verted condition of tho secretions to
If you aro suffering from "hypor
chlor-hydrln," as physicians torm It
In other words, acid dyspopsla
and exporlonco a sour tasto In tho
mouth, with ncld oructatlons or
heartburn, Login at onco tho uso of
Stuart's Dyspopsla Tnbolta, UBlng
ono or two aftor each moal, or as
may bo roqulrod, and tho snmo
qunntlty at retiring time, for if this
trouble Is allowed to run on, It may
cause serious organic changes in tho
stomach. Thore aro cases on record
whoro tho lining of tho stomach has
been complotoly onton away through
porvortod action of tho secretions.
Stuarts Dyspopsla Tablets havo
boon trlod In all forms of indigos
tlon nnd dyspepsia, with unfailing
success, so that no mattor winch
form you may no suffering from,
tho quickest way to bring about a
euro Is through tho uso or thoso
poworful stomach tablots.
Secure from your druggist a fifty
cont box, and got cured of acid dys
pepsia, or whatovor form of lndl.
gestlon you , may bo suffering. Also
sond us your name and address for
freo sample. Addross F, A. Stuart
Company, 1C0 Stuart llldg., Mar
Wo use gredt care in picking the
famous "SUNKIST" ORANGES.
Each "SUNKIST" ORANGE is nicked
from tho trco nnd nocked in tho box by n
gloved hand. No orange that falls to the ground is nncked
under the "SUNKIST" label.
"Sunldst" Navel Oranges Are Seedless
We grow 60 of nil tho California oranges. Three
fourths of all the lemons. Most of them arc sold in hulk.
but the choicest selections of this great quantity aro wrapped
in tho "SUNKIST" label, so that if you would bo sure that
you get tho choicest pick, insist upon the "SUNKIST."
Beautiful Orange Spoon FREE
Somo dealers may claim tho oranges they sell are tho
famous "SUNKIST." but that they havo removed tho wrap
per. Insist on your dealer giving you oranges nnd lemons
in tho "SUNKIST" wrapper. If you do this wo will mvn
you a beautiful orango sDoon- one of Rollers' best stnrwlnnl
A A quality. Just send us twelve "SUNKIST" ornnno
or lemon wrappers, with six 2c stamps to pay postage,
packing, etc., and receive one ot these beautiful
spoons by return mail.
The choicest quality of lemons also go under tho
bUNrvlol label. You can ensily se
cure n whole dozen of these beautiful
1 1 cm.
orange spoons. Uet a dozen oUiN
KIST" oranges or lemons today.
Send to California
Fruit Growers' lxchanfife
34 Clark Street, Chicago, 111.
Washington, Jan. 28. President
Taft is awaiting a roply to a mes
sage ho sent to Presldont FnllionJes
of Franoo offering aid in tho calam
ity that has ovortakon Paris.
If tho gffor is accepted relief stops
will bo ta.kon immediately.
Tho despatch follows:
"Is thoro any mannjer in which,
through tho Rod Cross or otherwise,
npproprlato expression could bo
made of tho sympathetic distress
with which tho peoplo and govern
ment of tho United States loarn of
tho roporto dcalamltlos which floods
nro causing your beautiful and his
torical capital, as well as in tho
provinces of France?
"Meanwhile I offer you tho slu
corest sympathy and tho most ar
dont wishes that tho causes of theso
dlsastors may abate. W. II. Taft."
Put; in Jail
vory accurately describes anyono'o
feelings who is confined to tho
houso with an attack of rhouma
tims, lumbago, stiff joints or mus
cles. Ballard's Snow LInimont will
euro the troublo, rellovo the pain
and mako you as supple as a two
year old. Sold by all dealers.
Tho Dotrolt Tigers blamo tho loss
of a number of games In Cuba
through tho poor Holding and throw
Ing of Third Baseman Hopko, of In.
Thoro is no quinine, nothing
whatover harsh or sickonlng in Pro-
vontlcs. Theso llttlo Candy Cold
Cure Tablots act as magic, A fow
hours and your threatening cold la
broken. Candy-liko in tasto. Pre-
vontlcs ploaso tho chtldron aijd
thoy break tho fevorlshness, always,
large box 48 Provontlcs 25 contB.
And least of all Is tho economy. A
Ask your druggist. Ho knowsl
Sold by Capital Drug Storo Co.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RY. CO.
Tlmo Tablo 58.
Effective Sunday, January 1,
1910 12:01 a. m.
No. 1G Oregon Express .. 5:16 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
No, 20 Portland Passenger 3:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 a. in.
No. 12 ShastnLlraitod. . . .12:35p..
No. 13 San Francisco Ex. . 3:31a.n
No. 19 Ashland Passongor.ll:01a.m
No. 17 RosoburgFnssenger C:45p.m.
No. 15 California Expross. 9:56p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited .. 7:43 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight .... 9:50a.m.
No .222 Portland Fast Frt. 10: 46p.m.
No. 225 Way Frolght. .. ,12:35p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43a.m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland and intor 6:40 a.m.
Portland-HUlsboro intor . . 8:55 a.m.
Portland and intor 11:15 a.m.
Portland and Inter 2:00 p.m.
Port., Tualatin, Hlllsboro.
Portland-HUlsboro inter. .
Portland and intor
Portland and inter .
Local -Arrlvo Froni.
Portland and Inter 8:25 a.m.
Portland-HUlsboro inter.. 9:50a.m.
Port., Hlllsboro, Tualatin. 10: 45 a.m.
Portland and intor 1:00 p.m.
Portland-HUlsboro inter.. 4:00p.m.
Portland and inter 6:50 p.m.
Portland and inter 8:30 p.m.
Portland Thoater train. .10:40 p.m.
Thoso Pies of Hoyhood
How delicious woro tho pios of boy
No pies now tasto so good;
what's changed? Tho plos. No. Its
you. You've lost the strong, healthy
stomach, tho vigorous llvur, thu ao
tlve kidneys, tho regular bowols of
boyhood, our digestion is poor and
you blame the rood, wnat s need
ed? A complete toning up by HJIec-
trio Bitters of all organs of diges
tion Stomaoh. Liver, Kidneys. Bow
els try them. They will restore your
boyhood apeptlte and fairly saturate
your body with new health, strength
and vigor, BOe at J- C. Perry's.
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
LB A Via WEST HAM3M FOIl:
DallnH, Fulls City, lilack Itock. . 0 :00 a. m.
'Dallas and Intermediate points. 1 :SQ p. to.
DnlliiH, Kails City 4:00 p.m.
xDullns, Falls City. Illock Itock. . 1 :25 p. m
xUallaa and Intrmulut points. ... B :00 p. m.
AIUUVK WEST HA1.HM FltOM :
Falls City, Dallas 8 :30 a.m.
lllnck Itock, Falls City, Dallas, .li! :15 p. m.
l)allas nnd Intcrmcdlato points, a iB5 p. m.
xDallas and Intormcdlato points, 12 :40 p. ni.
xUinck Itock, Full City, Dallns.. 4:45 p.m.
'Daily except Hunduy. xBuuday only.
Ferry launch from foot of State street
connects with all trains at Second-street
All Patent Medicines or medicines ad-
verged in this papor aro for sale at
The only cash drug storo In Oregon;
owes no ono, and no ono owct
it; carries largo stock; Its shelves,
couutors and bIiow cases are loaded
with drugs, medicines, notions, toilet
artlclos, wines and liquors of all
hinds for medicinal purpoeoa. Dr.
Mono Is a regular graduate in medi
cine and 1iub had many years of ex
perlenoo In tho practice. Consulta
tions are freo. Presqrpt'iiW are
tree, and only regular prLe: to.' med
icine. Dr. Stone can b Yund at bis
drug fitoro, Salem, Or., com 7 la the
morning until 9 at night.
Indcpciidciicc-Snlciu Motor Lino;
Loavo ludepondonco ... 9:30 a. mv
Arrlvo at Wost Salem.. 10:30a.m.
Loavo. Salom 4:00 p. in.
Arrlvo Indopondonco ...5:00 p, m,
ConnoctH at Indopondouco with
wost sido train for Portland and In
termediate points, and for Mon
mouth and Alrllo.
If your stomach, hoart, or kldnoyB
are weak, try at least, a fow doson
only of Dr, Shoop's Rostoratlvo. In
flvo or ton dnys only, tho rosult win
surprlso you. A fow cents will cov
er tho cost. And horo Is why holp
comos so quickly. Dr. Shoop
doesn't drug tho stomach, nor Btlm
ulato tho honrt or kldnovn. rr
Shoop's Rostoratlvo goos directly to
tho wonk and falling nerves. Each
organ has Its own controlling norvo.
Whon thoso norvos fall, tho depend
ing organs must of necessity faftor.
THIh plain, yot vital truth, oloarlv
toll why Dr. Shoon's Rostoratlvo Is
so unlvorsally successful. Its rug.
cobs Ib loading druggists ovorywffbro
w giyo n univorsni prororoncov A
tost will Buroly toll. Sold by Capi
tal Drug Storo.
Try a Journal Want Ad.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infan3 and OhUdron.
Tha Kind You Havo Always Bougbt
O. C. T. C o
Steamers Pomona and Oregona
leave for Portlaud Monday, Wednes
day and Friday at 10 a. m., Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday at 0 ,
m. For Corvallls, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday about 6:30 p. ra.
As. F. BALDWIN, At.